If I hadn't become a professional filmmaker, I would have become a comic (manga) artist. I know that in my heart. I think in pictures and the work that I do in cinema has satisfied most of my visual dreams. But not all.
Working with a variety of digital tools and 21st century doo-dads, I continue to evolve as a visualist - a visual storyteller - and the graphic novel medium is one of many I long to continue to work in.
With cinema, one needs many collaborators. In comics, there is just me.
As a social animal, I suppose the roar of my own thoughts is probably too daunting to face everyday - and so, my comic work seems to fit around my active scholastic and production schedule. However, that doesn't mean I don't adore the chance to work alone and create worlds from my imagination (or borrowed - with permission - from other, much-more-talented writers).
Detailed below are some of the links to my work:
- Adapted from the works of Kristyn Dunnion, this is a punk Roemo & Juliette with no no Romeo in sight. I love this story and long to make it into a feature film one day.
- You can head on over to Web Comic Nation c/o the link and check out some of my comic work. Lots of styles and looks on display.